At Sabrina Winters, Attorney at Law, PLLC, our focus, simply put, is to provide impeccable customer service – always, in all ways – which in turn sets us far apart from the rest. Our mission is to help clients create an Estate Plan based on their goals, fears, and wishes and to understand how dangerous it is to their families when there is no written plan in place. We empower our clients through education and personalized, compassionate and empathetic guidance. Our mission is to over-deliver and outshine the rest.
Our team leverages their extensive knowledge and experience to offer innovative and forward-thinking strategies. We pledge to:
Listen to hear, not to respond: We believe in the power of active listening to understand our clients’ goals, concerns and values.
Educate and inform: We strive to demystify the complexities of Estate Planning, offering clear explanations and guidance to help clients make informed decisions.
Create tailored solutions: Every client’s situation is unique, and we craft customized Estate Plans that reflect their wishes while maximizing asset protection and minimizing tax implications. Our documents are customized for each client.
Foster lasting relationships: Building trust and maintaining open communication with our clients is at the core of our practice. We aim to be the trusted advisors our license can rely on throughout their lifetime.
Stay current: We are dedicated to staying up-to-date with the latest legal developments and industry trends, ensuring that our clients’ plans remain relevant and effective.
Provide peace of mind: Ultimately, our mission is to help our clients achieve peace of mind knowing that their estate is well-protected, their loved ones are cared for, and their legacy is preserved.
By adhering to these principles, we aspire to be the premier choice for Estate Planning and Probate services, making a positive and memorable impact on the lives of our clients and their families.
Twenty years ago, my family went through a harrowing experience. My Uncle was very sick and had no healthcare directives in writing. The absence of these documents led to unnecessary suffering, disagreement within the family, and the haunting question of doubt my dad carries with him today. During this challenging period, just as I had graduated from law school, I made a profound decision: to dedicate my career to the practice of Estate Planning and Probate Law.
My personal experience fuels my ability to connect with clients on a deeply personal level. I’ve walked in their shoes. I know the questions. I empathize with their fears and have witnessed the consequences of not having a written plan. I want to help other families avoid the heartache and sadness my family experienced, My father’s recent hospitalization has thrust me, my mom and my siblings into the role of decision-makers. Still, the clarity of his wishes through his documents and open conversations throughout the years on his personal choices has been precious in preventing family disagreements. I want this protection for all families.
I’ve intentionally built my law firm to be approachable and comforting. My entire team and I strive daily to bring smiles to our clients’ faces. When clients contact us, they’re greeted with, “It’s a great day at the law offices of Sabrina Winters. How can we make you smile today?” I understand the difficulty of making that call and having these crucial discussions, and I openly share my experiences to help alleviate my clients’ anxieties. I am committed to nurturing lasting relationships with each client, delivering exceptional client-focused service, and building connections on a personal, not contractual, level.
While I’ve received numerous awards throughout my career and have witnessed consistent growth in my business, the most meaningful reward for my team is knowing that every time a client finalizes their documents, another family feels the peace my family so longed for when my Uncle was sick. Above all else, this drives our dedication and commitment to the practice of Estate Planning and Probate Law.